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Clean Air Act

Enacted in 1963, the Clean Air Act has evolved from regulation of traditional air pollutants to now represent the cornerstone of US climate policy. Experts at RFF work with state and federal decisionmakers to help craft practical and effective policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Policy Evolution under the Clean Air Act

Explore the difficulties associated with amending the Clean Air Act.

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Using Satellite Data to Monitor Air Pollution

Read our paper that uses satellite data to assess PM2.5 concentrations.

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